Southern Strength . . .
The sweet spring air of her plantation home held no joy for Letty Banks. For this lovely lady was tied to the land by a cruel and spiteful father, who threatened harm to Letty's sweet little half-sister – unless Letty stayed on the estate. And Letty would give up anything – even the love of a handsome young Yankee named Thorn Bradley – to keep her sister safe.
Then her father died, and this feisty, beautiful woman of the South was besieged by danger – from a nation on the brink of civil war, and from men determined to take her rightful inheritance, her sister's child, and her honor. Letty wouldn't go down without a battle, but she seemed no match for the unscrupulous rebels, or for the waves of tension and bitterness sweeping through the land. Unless a love stronger than any hate returned to save her, and to show her passion's true meaning.